Posted on November 16, 2013
Received on May 27, 2012
Can you explain the holiday of Shavuot?
Hidden water sources which pre-date time continue to irrigate creation, and carry truth in cycles.
The annual holiday of Shavuot and the deepest aspects of water are linked.
The pre-conceptual essence of water mirrors the structure of the Torah. The Torah is often compared to water, and in this sense it is so: on a spiritual-cellular level, Torah can lock onto the essence of water and be carried by it. They flow together.
Bringing water out of a rock is analogous to bringing the Torah to the world. Downloading spirit to material must be executed with accuracy, with consistent intention and awareness. Water stops flowing when the intention is inconsistent, and the resulting download can be flawed.
On Shavuot, a soul can absorb spiritual content until it is saturated, until there is no more longing. This potential to be spiritually sated comes just once a year. Shavuot is a time to step forward onto new knowledge, onto the packed and dense knowledge that will be unfolded during the coming year.
Mayim is the word for Water in Hebrew. It is spelled: Mem-Yud-Mem. Mem (40: Dimensions From Material to Spirit) – Yud (10: Dimensions of God) – Mem (40: Dimensions From Spirit to Material). Water dimensionally bridges to and from God, from material to spirit-through God- and in reverse through the dimensions from spirit to material. The essential structure and work of the Torah is to reify that entire process, from 40-middle infinite-40. On Shavuot, a new spiral of 40-God-40 begins.
This year, we will teach how to stay balanced during a period of spiritual expansion. You will learn how to hold faith, rooted to the core, while simultaneously expanding vital consciousness well beyond human comprehension. When you reach the outer limits of what makes sense, simply surrender and trust the spirit to go out where it needs to, and to compress when it needs to. In and out, the soul is self-regulating. Do not try to explain what you experience; there are no words.
Drink from the new well on Shavuot. Counting the Omer builds a spiral.
Received June 17, 2012
What is a summary of the purpose of Judaism?
Concepts which pre-date all Hebrew letters will exist in perpetuity. To further establish these underlying abstract concepts in the material world, to expand them by using them, is the purpose of Judaism. The practice of Judaism is meant to directly add dimensions to these concepts, dimensions that the concepts cannot attain on their own.
In other words, all material was created to be in the service of non-material abstraction. Every so often the tube-like perfect vertical connection between concept and matter is achieved, and creation rejoices. The Kabbalah, when used correctly, is one system which can help to bring things and non-things into alignment and into the correct meta-physical meta-bolic relationship.
What is the strategy to accomplish this on a large scale?
Formerly, the role of the prophet was to convince people to live with awareness and commitment to spirit. Humans have the unique ability to extend the underlying generative concepts of creation. While it may seem odd that the entire system can expand itself by being itself, that is the essence of the mechanism.
In ancient times, a voice was the prophet’s only tool. Arguing and threatening people into awareness proved mostly futile. Prophets fulfilled their individual purposes but to little overall effect. Modern media enables deeper wisdoms to spread and gain exposure, without the focus on an individual.
It would be a magnificent accomplishment to spend even five minutes in integrated action and awareness, where what you do and think is fully integrated with the underlying concepts upon which creation is formed. Root to tip, core to skin. Singing on the Sabbath, about the holiness of the Sabbath, is one way to accomplish this.
Do people who lived in earlier times continue to exert influence over this world?
The bones of Abraham are emitting codes. The bones are still transmitting codes, codes for the further unfolding of creation. And, in fact, those bones are in Hebron. The bones are like a computer that has been pre-programmed – they generate new code, according to the underlying code. Not many sets of bones function this way. Bones usually emit a very low frequency, often nearly none.
Cremation makes mute these reverberations through the ages. Cremation is a kind of murder that is not yet understood.